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Forests, Volume 11, Issue 10 (October 2020) – 97 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Concern about our changing climate is focusing attention on how silvicultural treatments can be [...] Read more. Concern about our changing climate is focusing attention on how silvicultural treatments can be used to regenerate or restore forested landscapes. For many forest ecosystems, fire is a primary disturbance agent that significantly drives species diversity and other ecosystem functions, especially nutrient dynamics. In this study, we leveraged a 30-year-old forest management-driven experiment that incorporated harvesting and prescribed fire, further affected by wildfire, to explore the recovery of woody species composition, regeneration of charismatic forest tree species Larix occidentalis, and vegetation and soil carbon and nitrogen pools. Our results help to inform land managers of the repercussions of forest management techniques. View this paper